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Jan 28, 2009 | 10:49 AM EST
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4.6 MB
2 min 2 sec
4.35 / 5.00

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Made for a project undisclosed at this time.

a deep and empowering beat of great fantasy/medieval qualities depicting the shifting of entire kingdoms to take over and destroy the other. Stories of wars so large, so intense that any hero whose name is tagged onto them live in legend forever purely for having been there. To have experienced the most vile, the most destructive wars to have ever swept their history.

This song is long from finished, however it will take me several months before I have the opportunity to revisit it and finish it up properly, it is still at a very respectable stage and I would like to show it to you all anyways. The final product will hold a much better ending.

Sung by (Mandi) LadyArsenic!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Sounds like Fable

For reals and for trues.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


Every time I listen to this I picture this:
:01 Calvary is lined up, marching forwards.
:14 The General raises his sword, gleaming in the sunlight, and the force charges across a field, into a hail of arrows and burning balls of oil.
:45 The two armies collide with a deafening impact, men trampled, calvarymen dismounted, impaled.
1:17 The infantry force catches up with the calvary, turning the battle to the attackers' favor.
1:30 The defending commander looks at his army's failing defenses and realizes all is lost.
1:45 The defenders form a ring around their commander, protecting him until their deaths.
Amazing song dude, can't wait for the finished version. 10/10 5/5 :O


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I was absolutely blown away!
I first heard one of your pieces playing Raze 2, "Rising Legend" if I recall correctly. I had never heard such an impressive piece of music on a flash game before. Naturally, I proceeded to check out what else you had written. When I found your profile, I hit the mother lode! All of your work is pretty good, and quite a few pieces (this one included) are truly great.

You really have perfected the art of telling a story through music. The percussion that banging away in the background throughout the piece gives the impression of an army on the march. The haunting vocals from 0:20-0:45 evoke images of women wailing as their husbands march off to an uncertain fate. The march continues with a steely resolve until 1:17, at which point the music switches to a darker theme. The enemy has been met! The chords from there on become imposing, intense. Feats of courage are clearly being done, and yet there is always a hint of uncertainty. A new theme is ushered in with a cymbal-sounding bit at 1:47. The tension from the preceding theme is resolved. The battle is won, but the percussion continues to the end, making the listener wonder whether or not the war has also been won.

Hats off to you, sir! And please do all of us a favor: keep writing music!! ;)

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I don't like it.

It's beautifully made, but for some reason I don't like it, sorry.
If somebody played this to me I'd guess straight away you made it, with or without LadyArsenic's vocal input. I think it might be the blend of sound, it seems thick but not strong. I don't know much to anything though. I really wish I could put my finger on it. Either way, it's certainly a well considered, arranged and executed piece.

MaestroRage responds:

That's fair. I appreciate your honesty, I don't expect you to love everything I make, and as I said, I truly appreciate the honesty.

The mixing on the piece is debatable, I did my best yet I know i'm far from perfect. I'll hopefully get a stronger, fuller sound on the revision.

Thanks for the review!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I've been trying to think of what song this track reminds me of. After listening to it a few times, I think I'm able to pinpoint it--during the main chord progression, this sounds to me like a sweeping, cinematic remix of the chorus from Hotel California. Listen to it carefully, and I think you'll see what I mean. That's not a criticism, though--this is a great track. I especially love your use of the singer; it adds a little touch of melancholy and beauty that, IMHO, makes this track stand out as a real work of skill.

Great job! :)

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